Re: ProducTTpreview: A "Game Changer" from G-Rods?

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Re: ProducTTpreview: A "Game Changer" from G-Rods?

Postby goldrod » Wed Feb 22, 2017 8:30 pm

Interesting review at that price point.
Wondering if anyone else has gotten their hands on one
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ProducTTpreview: A "Game Changer" from G-Rods?

Postby Cal » Sun Feb 26, 2017 9:55 pm

A "Game Changer" from G-Rods?

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Introduction: With no signs of slowing down whatsoever, G-Rods has officially just introduced a new series of rods based on the innovative graphene material interwoven into the blanks to improve strength and sensitivity. Up until now G-Rods have been pretty exclusive, and getting your hands on a Pro Bass rod was both somewhat challenging and expensive. To expand their reach G-Rods is now introducing their more aggressively priced "Game Changer" Series, which is designed for mainstream anglers.

Complete Article: http://tackletour.com/previewgrodsgamechanger.html
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Re: G rod from TT. come Review

Postby Court » Sun Mar 05, 2017 10:34 am

I have both the higher end Pro Bass and the new Game Changer. I like the G-Rods so much that I'm planning on buying more and bumping Loomis IMX's and Dobyns Champions off my boat. Both rods are much more sensitive, lighter and have a stronger back bone than others in their price range. The Game Changer 7'3" MH might be the perfect multi purpose rod. Keep in mind if you buy, their power rating in both models is about a half power heavier than comparable competitors, yet lighter in weight. Treat yourself to a Pro Bass if you can, their on a different level! There is something to this Graphene material in a fishing rod.


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